Have you always wanted to keep Oprah in your fridge, but not, like, in a serial killer way? Then the Kraft Heinz food company has some great news for you!
The packaged food conglomerate just announced they're partnering with Oprah to launch a line of packaged, refrigerated meals. According to the official press release, the "mission is to create a new line of food that will make real, nutritious products more accessible to everyone. The initial offering will be ready to eat refrigerated products across multiple categories."
Forbes tracked down some patent applications Oprah filed earlier this year that give a bit more information about the products. Brace yourself because it's pretty thrilling stuff: "frozen, prepared or packaged entrees consisting primarily of meat, fish, poultry or vegetables."
The line is called Mealtime Stories, which hopefully means when they're like those singing birthday cards and when you rip off the plastic wrapping you hear Oprah's voice saying, "When someone shows you who they are, believe them."
Mealtime Stories is just Oprah's latest foray into the food world. Last year she made a much-publicized deal with Weight Watchers that included buying a large stake in the company, documenting her 40-pound weight loss, and filming some much parodied commercials about how much she loves bread. Her first cookbook came out earlier this month and is already a bestseller.
More details about the Kraft Heinz meal venture will come later this year, probably at a press conference in which Oprah yells, "You get a healthy TV dinner! You get a healthy TV dinner! You get a healthy TV dinner!"